London: The funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II will be held today, in which heads of state and important personalities from around the world will participate.
According to details, the last rites of the late Queen Elizabeth II will be performed today, which is a public holiday in the UK.
More than 2,000 heads of state and dignitaries from around the world will attend the funeral of the late Queen, including a large number of royals and politicians, the likes of which have not been seen in decades.
American President Biden arrived in the UK to pay his respects to the Queen of Great Britain, the presidents of France, Turkey, Brazil and Israel are participating.
Pakistan will be represented by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Sri Lankan President Ranal Wickremesinghe.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Prime Minister of Ireland are also on the guest list.
Belgium’s King Philip and Queen of the Netherlands and the King of Spain, the leader of Japan, the royal families of Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Monaco are also attending the Queen’s funeral.
The King of Jordan, the Emir of Qatar, the Sultan of Oman and the Prime Minister of Palestine are also invited to the funeral.
The funeral will be shown in 125 cinemas in the UK, screens have also been installed in parks, squares and churches.
The last vigil of the late queen continues, the queue for the last vigil is very long, so more people are banned.
The last rites will be performed at three o’clock in the afternoon
The last rites of the Queen of Great Britain will be performed today at 3 pm Pakistan time.
At 10:30 am Pakistan time, the doors of Westminster Hall will be closed for those who come to pay their last respects to Queen Elizabeth.
In the afternoon, the royal procession, including the coffin, will be taken from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey, and the funeral will begin at 3:00 p.m.
A two-minute silence will be held across the UK, followed by a bugle call to the end of the funeral with the British national anthem.
Participants will go in a procession to Windsor Castle, the casket will be delivered to Windsor Castle at 7pm.
A prayer service by the Archbishop of Canterbury will be held at St George’s Chapel and at 11.30pm Queen Elizabeth will be laid to rest next to her late husband in the King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle after a private royal service.
It should be remembered that the queen who ruled for seventy years died on September 8